@museumsteve @Rasmus Juel Andersen @Michael Jeffries Your 3 SteamVR Guys seems to have some pretty decent machines. My first suggestion could be to not touch the SS setings in VR menu (it seems to do nothing actually in all case) and to keep SteamVR setting SS at 100%. This is a real FPS killer. To sharpen your image use the XML trick in Documents\Automobilista 2\graphicconfigopenvrdx11.xml instead which have nearly no fps cost. At nearly the bottom change value SharpeningStrengh from 0 (no effect) to 2.999999 at max (mine is 2.900000). What cost the most in Performance menu seems to be: MSAA, Reflections, Environment Map, Shadows. I suggest to put all that on Low and check if you have your native FPS (depending your headset, mine is 90fps) and to check, if you have the tool to proceed (I use an OculusDebugtool) if you have headroom to raise those costly settings. Here my current settings where I can keep my native 90fps nearly all the time. Could be a base for your Ninja machines and you just have to raise some of them: Performance Settings Resolution: 1920x1080 60Hz Windowed: No Texture Resolution: High Texture Filtering: Trilinear (you can probably raise this) V-Sync: No MSAA: medium (heavy on fps, I suggest to keep it at medium) Post AA: off Supersampling: Off Reflections: Medium Environment Map: Medium Car Detail: Low (my car is not impacted, you can probably raise this) Track Detail: Low (you can probably raise this) Pit Crew Detail: All Shadow Detail: Low (you can probably raise this to medium at least) Enhanced Mirror: Yes Motion Blur: Off (your taste, I don't do Blur) Render Frames Ahead: 1 Detailed Grass: Off (I don't like Grass, you can probably raise this) Particle Level: High Particle Density: High That's a start. You can also go back on first page of this thread and read all, it's instructive Good luck!